Railways of Chile are in goodstate. They form a network which covers almost all areas of the country. Passenger transport is not popular, and therefore do not occur as rapidly as trucks. If you move away from Santiago in a northerly direction, the rail service is not there. Trains in Chile cruising slowly, and the fare is high. Intercity buses are much cheaper.
transport system is very important for the economystate. Chile stretches from north to south for many hundreds of kilometers. The country is located along the coast of the Pacific Ocean and has a length of about 4,300 km. From east to west, its length is 350 km. The level of development of the transport system here is the highest in Latin America. But recently the government realizes the importance of innovative projects where the railway sector assigned to a support role, so the train had lost importance. Since the 70s of last century, many railroads of Chile were closed. In the north of the country the train is only used for transportation. In the south, and there are few passenger routes in the center.
The first transport company in the country has become a"Pacific Steam Navigation" is based came from the North American William Wheelwright. The company maintained a regular service between the English ports of Liverpool and the Chilean coast. In the future, the company built the railroad that connected with Calder Copiapo, and the path between Santiago and Valparaiso. The length of the railways is now more than 8000 km. Railways Chile have branches in all the important ports.
The cars for passengers there are different classes anddifferent degree of comfort. In addition to the national railways in Chile have metro-type system. Trains run through Rancagua - Santiago. The cars are reminiscent of subway cars and trains moving at high speed. Public transport rail network serves the passengers in different ways, depending on the occupied space in the car. All customers of the national carrier suffered from problems on the roads and delays. Public transport of the country - it is the subway and buses. Metro operates in Santiago and is an example of high-quality service. In Chile there are 3 metro lines: red, green and yellow.